Our organisation currently is working on four major projects: Spay & Neuter Project, Rehoming Project, Rehabilitation Project for injured animals and Feeding Project. Our time and efforts are divided between these four projects while focusing on our spay & neuter project as that is the most efficient way of making the suffering amongst these animals less and help them lead a happy and healthy life. You can help by supporting one of our projects and help us continue our efforts in lending a helping hand to homeless animals.



One of our main aim is our spay & neuter project which is proven to be the only humane method of controlling the population of street dogs and keep them healthy. In theory, a female dog can have up to three litters in a year with an average litter size of seven puppies. One female and her babies can theoretically create 67,000 puppies in six years.

The animal birth control project runs area wise and our current process includes:

  • The dogs are identified in an area and our team is sent to bring them in

  • The dogs are then brought to our recovery centre where their blood work is taken to make sure they are healthy for the surgery

  • Once the blood work results come back healthy, the dogs are sent for their sterilisation surgery to a private vet

  • The dogs are brought back to our recovery centre and stay with us for 5-7 days and are given all necessary antibiotics prescribed by the vet

  • Once fully recovered the dogs are vaccinate for anti rabies and released back to the same area

We have successfully been running this project for the past 3 years and are trying to add more areas and more dogs. Our spay & neuter program can currently accommodate 10 dogs in one week but we hope with your support we can increase that to help more dogs on the streets live a healthy life.



Our charity since inception has focused on rehoming street puppies, kittens and abandoned animals. Most of the puppies and kittens born on the streets learn from their mother at a young age how to survive on the streets. But ever so often there are those that get separated from the mother and even some who get injured and are unable to survive on the streets without our help. There are also animals that of no fault of their own are abandoned on the streets by their families and left to fend for themselves. Our team take in these animals and help them become healthy physically, emotionally and fit for rehoming. We then work with behaviourist and help match the personalities of each animal and place in them forever loving homes.



In our cities animals born on the streets have to face many difficulties and challenges living a life alone on the streets. They have to fend for themselves, make sure they survive while tacking the urban cities. Animals on the streets often get injured hit by vehicles, harassed by humans and sometimes even end up in fights with other animals. 

Many times these small injuries resolve themselves but often times they require medical attention. That is where our team steps in to help - if we come across an injured animal on the streets they are picked up by our ambulance and rushed to a nearby vet. The animals then stay with our team to recover and once we believe they can fend for themselves released back to the same area. All animals are sterilised and vaccinated before we drop them back. Currently we have very limited space for injured animals to recovery so we are unable to help all the animals that are in need of help. But with your support hope to expand our rehabilitation project and help many more injured animals recover.



One of the first few projects taken up by our team very early on is our feeding project. We currently feeds 50-60 dogs the streets on a daily basis to make sure these dogs have the basic amenities to survive on the streets. Most of these dogs have already been sterilised and vaccinated by us as part of our spay & neuter project.

We currently feed the dogs packaged dog food as it is easier for our team to procure and feed on the spot. Many of these dogs also receive on the spot medical treatment if they ever need it.

In one month we utilise 120 kgs dry food and 60 boxes of wet food pouches to feed the dogs under our care.